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Old 01-07-2015, 10:48 AM   #11
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A fellow camper carries the Makita version and uses it mostly to clean the site up daily. Works great on concrete or paved sites, but too much dust on the cinder or dirt ones. They are stubby so you would need to get up on the roof and bend over to get the slide roof clean. If you are going to invest in one then match it to what you carry, ie. impact and cordless drill. I love my cordless impact!
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http://www.amazon.com/Weed-Eater-WEB.../dp/B000BOAY2Y Hey Bob, I think it's this one. The one we have is in the camper and I can't recall exactly. Greenworks also makes a nice lightweight electric blower. I don't recall it being that expensive though.
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Old 01-07-2015, 11:36 AM   #13
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http://www.amazon.com/Weed-Eater-WEB.../dp/B000BOAY2Y Hey Bob, I think it's this one. The one we have is in the camper and I can't recall exactly. Greenworks also makes a nice lightweight electric blower. I don't recall it being that expensive though.
That's actually not a bad price. This is the one I had in my wish list, and the price has dropped significantly recently: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B004GJQA5A/...=IHK3VGGEYCEGF
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I have a small corded blower and it works pretty good at cleanning the slide I also carry a 7 foot ladder that folds up to about 4 inch square and 7 feet long that I can carry in my front pass thru storage. But I want to get a cordless blower for the times we dont have power and would be easier to use not having to drage a cord around.
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That's actually not a bad price. This is the one I had in my wish list, and the price has dropped significantly recently: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B004GJQA5A/...=IHK3VGGEYCEGF
I like that one! The one we put in the camper used to be our house blower. Had it for about 3 years. I wanted a blower/vac for the house and once I got that, the old one became a camper blower. Once you take the snout off, I can store it anywhere. Both have good reviews, but yours is a lot less $.
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